IPL claim findings to be submitted

The sub-committee, headed by former chief justice Mukul Mudgal, has been probing claims of match and spot-fixing in IPL 6 and its findings are eagerly awaited throughout the cricketing world.

A much-discussed envelope containing the names of 13 individuals said to be involved in corrupt practices has been one of the Mudgal Commission's key areas of interest, with a seemingly endless game of whispers regarding the identity of those involved.

"We will be submitting the final report to the Supreme Court on November 3. Beyond this, I won't be able to divulge any other information," Justice Mudgal told Press Trust of India.

Narayanaswami Srinivasan has already had to relinquish his position as Board of Control for Cricket in India president due to his involvement with Chennai Super Kings, one of the franchises under the microscope, though he remains International Cricket Council chairman.

Whether he will be cleared to resume his BCCI post or not is one of the issues which should become clearer once the Supreme Court considers Mudgal's conclusions.

The next meeting of the court is November 10.

  The Mudgal Commission has been probing claims of match and spot-fixing in IPL 6
The Mudgal Commission has been probing claims of match and spot-fixing in IPL 6